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“We must first be committed to the process of coming unto Christ, through repentance, in order to help others make commitments that will bring them closer to Jesus Christ through repentance,” said Bishop L. Todd Budge, second counselor in the Presiding Bishopric.

For BYU’s inaugural Big 12 season, each away football game had a service project in conjunction with the BYU Alumni Association.

Members of the Church responded after flooding, donated blood, cleaned homes, sorted supplies, sewed quilts and more in several European countries.

W. Bradford Wilcox spoke at BYU about how the “Midas mentality” prevents people from choosing family life.

Sister Paramore, wife of the late Elder James M. Paramore, died Sunday, Nov. 26, at age 91.

“We all have talents, gifts and abilities that ask for nothing more than the opportunity to blossom and thrive,” the Presiding Bishop taught.

Early saints celebrated the St. George Utah Temple, exclaiming ‘glory, hallelujah!’ Now the renovated temple will be rededicated by President Jeffrey R. Holland.

The Church is collaborating with other religious organizations on more than 60 projects that will serve more than 42,000 children in the New York metro area.

The initiative also includes playing a part in a modern Nativity as part of the theme, “Let your light shine.”

Crowds on Times Square quiet as the Nativity is shared in iconic location.

More than 500 people gathered for the groundbreaking ceremony for the Kaohsiung Taiwan Temple as construction begins on the 2nd house of the Lord on the island.

At the intersection of commerce, tourism and entertainment in the United States, leaders of charitable organizations kicked off the global Giving Machine effort.

The Christmas lights on Temple Square in Salt Lake City were turned on after Thanksgiving. See photos of this year’s light display and find out how to see them and other Temple Square events.

One woman’s story about growing up in a family with struggles, being put in foster care, finding the gospel of Jesus Christ and now offering forgiveness to her birth father.

President Holland’s message in an introductory video shown before open-house tours underscores the blessings of eternal families through temple ordinances.

This week’s study guide includes writings from John the Beloved and from Judas, the brother of Jesus.

President Nelson extends invitation to youth and young adults, plus eight more stories from the Church News the week of Nov. 19-25.

“All temple events focus on our covenant relationship with God the Father and Jesus Christ,” said St. George temple open house committee chair Russ Moody.

More than 3,000 visitors view the display on opening night, “unite in celebrating the birth of our Savior, Jesus Christ.”

It can be hard to be patient when the wait is long. Like the Wise Men, watch the heavens and keep following the light of the star, observes Lloyd Newell in this week’s “Music & the Spoken Word” with The Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square.

President Camille N. Johnson and President Susan H. Porter saw child nutrition efforts, taught members and met with civic leaders during the 10-day visit.

Michigan offensive lineman Andrew Gentry is a giant on the field; off the field, he’s a leader in his Latter-day Saint congregation. Here’s how he is balancing it all.

Elder Uchtdorf and Elder Stevenson posted about the power of the temple; others share about missionary service and gratitude on social media this week.

New features this year include an online “service shuffler” to get service ideas and videos featuring beneficiaries of Giving Machines.

See the Christmas lights at the Church’s temple visitors’ center grounds, including Temple Square in Salt Lake City, Temple Hill in Oakland, Mesa Arizona Temple, Washington D.C. Temple and the Hamilton New Zealand Temple.

More than 1,400 Latter-day Saint missionaries at the Provo MTC assembled meals on Thanksgiving that will be distributed by the Utah Food Bank.

“Jesus Christ is God’s transcendent gift,” the First Presidency testifies in its annual Christmas message.

After serving a Latter-day Saint mission, Utah safety Sione Vaki has become one of NCAA football’s most versatile players.

Elder Ronald A. Rasband of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles spoke to Latter-day Saint missionaries in the Provo MTC on Thanksgiving morning.

As U.S. families gather to celebrate Thanksgiving, here’s a look back at what Church leaders have taught about gratitude.